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NIWA  rewards retired staff as Board pledges support for agency

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The chairman Board of Directors of National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) ,Vice Admiral I.I Ibrahim (Rtd) who is former Chief of Naval Staff has pledged the Board’s support to the Management of the Authority to succeed.

This is contained in a press statement signed by Jibril Darda’u,
General Manager, Corporate Affairs of NIWA.

The statement stated that the  Chairman pledged the support in his address at the NIWA 2020 end of the year get together and sent forth for all 2020 retired staff of the Authority at the Headquarters in Lokoja.

The Chairman stated that NIWA was a family and that it must keep the flag flying high. He also encouraged staff on efficiency and dedication to duties.

He added that the board would strive to sustain and support the Management to achieve what has not been achieved before and advised the retirees not to worry since they have worked hard.

Delivering his speech, the Managing Director of NIWA ,Dr. George Moghalu thanked the Board members for gracing the occasion to honor and send forth the retired staff.

The MD disclosed that an innovation has been introduced in recognizing not only the retired General Managers as done in the past, but also all retired staff that have served the Authority meritoriously.

He also added that he wants to leave a legacy of NIWA as a family “We should love and appreciate each other” he thanked all NIWA staff despite all the challenges of  COVID -19 in 2020 and prayed that 2021 will be a glorious year.

As part of the management’s efforts to motivate staffs to put in their best and optimum performance in the development and growth of NIWA, awards and gifts were presented to the best performing Area office (Hadeija Jammare Area office in Kano State) which comprises of a plaque and a token of One Hundred Thousand Naira Only (N100,000) in recognition of their outstanding performance in surpassing their revenue target in the year 2020 despite all odds.

While Mr. Ibrahim M.M Onimisi of Lagos Area Office emerged as the best staff of the year 2020 and was awarded with a plaque and a token of Fifty Thousand Naira only (N50,000) in recognition of his outstanding performance.

Equally, all the six retired General Managers went with a gift of a Plasma Television set each, while other retired staff went with a plaque in appreciation to their meritorious services to the Authority.

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